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Fresh update on "neil" discussed on WBBM Programming
"Not all of the demonstrators here seem to agree on the best approach for dealing with police reform and black lives matter live on the South Side, gym Goddess news radio went off. Point NFL. It's 12 33 Chicago police have arrested the man they say was caught on tape. During recent looting. Police. A 20 year old Aaron Neil, was identified as the offender who live streamed on social media and attempt to break into an ATM with a hammer in the 800 block of North Michigan Avenue. Police say Neil was placed into custody without incident and charged accordingly. James Thompson. We served a record for consecutive terms as governor of Illinois from 1990 1977 to 1991 has died at the age of 84. Double BBM political editor Craig Del Amore read from a statement released by his family after he died just after eight o'clock last night after suffering cardiac arrest at the Shirley Ryan Ability lab in downtown Chicago are mourning the loss of a wonderful husband, father and grandfather, Jim Thompson's love and devotion to his family mural mirrored His lifelong dedication to his beloved state of Illinois. It goes on to say that his guiding principle in public and private life was to help people and do what he could so that they could have an opportunity to succeed. Among his accomplishments was pushing through an ambitious program to rebuild Illinois infrastructure and helping to reach a deal that kept the White Sox for moving to Tampa, Florida Governor Pritzker Former governor Jim Edgar, House Speaker Michael Madigan and others have also expressed condolences today. A group of women attorneys say they don't know where to turn when it comes to reporting sexual harassment. In the courtroom. 28 women all family law attorneys wrote a letter to Cook County Judge Grace Dickler, the head of the domestic relations division. The letter details a culture where men feel unable to disrespect, dominate and assault or rape the women in the legal community CBS to was there when attorney Tanya Harvey described what the women say they have faced, putting an arm around a woman's waist standing over a woman while sitting in a chair at a computer. Upon receiving the letter, Judge Dickler reportedly responded. And has agreed to meet with.
Supreme Court Allows Rhode Island To Make Voting By Mail Easier Amid Pandemic
"In a legal fight between Rhode Island and the Republican National Committee over whether the state can allow Since the vote by mail without having to witnesses or a notary observed them. The state had argued to suspend the witness requirement because of the pandemic in the court argued that the requirements were not opposed by state officials, and that they maintain the status quo. Given that similar rules were used in June, legal analyst Jonathan Turley says this may be an indication of what's to come. This in many ways is the residual effect of the Bush v. Gore decision. The Supreme Court suffered greatly in the view of Public when it effectively determined the election in 2000. There's an obvious reluctance of the majority of the cord to be dragged into another electoral fight. The order was unsigned. Justices Clarence Thomas Thomas, Samuel Alito and Neil Gorsuch said they would have granted Republicans request to keep the witness requirements in effect, some major news from the
Fresh update on "neil" discussed on Real Estate Live with Dustin DeHart and Aaron Taylor
"All right. Welcome back to real estate Live. We're gonna skip the headlines right now. Twosome calls. Let's get our first caller on Neil Neil's Gone. Hey, guys, How's it going? Oh, there he is. What's up, Neil? I figured you might have that's on the U. N l. The statute and the rebels name and so on. And I been at UNLV for 30 plus years now. And I always kind of looked at the rebel mascot and course when I came here, Jerry Tarquin Ian was basketball coach and so You go to a rebel game, and there would be that rebels mascot there, but the other one they had was they had the shark, you know, because it was targeting shark and so on. And so with the rebel mascot, I always looked at just what you said It looked at this person as a as a cartoon figure. What I feel bad about taken down the statute is that This stuff doesn't doesn't come about in a vacuum. I mean, If a donor wants to give a donation to the university, you've got to go through all sorts of clearances so for and where is it going to be displayed? And what's it going to look like? And so on? And I looked at this statue to again as a as a cartoon figure. Basically, yeah, the UNLV belt buckle on it, But you know, I would walk by the thing and You know, not even think about it over there by the alumni center. And so you had all these people at UNLV that that signed off on this design. Ofcourse the statute gets commissioned. The statute gets made. It gets put up a UNLV. You know, I think part of the problem is, is that UNLV was probably worried that You know where you've seen Some of these groups just, you know, tear down these statutes. And I don't know how far this is going to go. Because that was going to my question are taken down. I don't have a bit of a problem, You know, getting rid of the Confederate flag. And some of the, um states that back in the fifties and when they have really live statues of guys that had slaves, I get that. But the cartoon character looks like Are you going? Are you going to change the name of Ah, the state of Washington. Or Washington D. C. Because it was named after George, You know, he didn't want him. I mean, he was well known that he didn't think it was right. But at that point in our country It was something that you know it was what it wass, you know? So Yeah. Diarrhea. What about link? You know, I mean, it's crazy. Yeah. Where do we draw the line at? Neil? You're right. I'm what do you hear Anything, Any chatter that they're going to take this a step further, Or is this it? In your opinion, Uh, that's under that's under consideration right now is writings on along with removing the rebels name and here's Here's the way I looked at the rebels is that You know, look, Att, you know, back in history with the Boston Tea Party. That was Ah! Ah, the Boston Tea Party rebellion. And you know, rebel is always been kind of that. Ah, person, you know, outside the mainstream, standing up to authority and all that. And where the rebels first came from was that we were kind of this break away because At first it was, you know, UNLV really was just kind of like a branch of the University of Nevada Reno. And we've been in this battle for a long time with the northern half of the state, because what happens here in Clark County 70% of our tax money? In the state. Ah goes out of Clark County, and we don't get anywhere near 70% back. You know, on most things, and so we've always been in this fight with the north and the North gets more resource is for roads and etcetera, etcetera. And we get the short end of the stick down here in southern Nevada and time for a silver reward, Neil anyways, Neil, I figured you had to come and I appreciate it. We're gonna have to let you go appreciates chime in in Just shame we had to remove the statue. But you know what? This is the world we're in. And if it does offend some people, maybe you had to go, but I hope hopefully, we don't have to change the whole name of the schools and take it that far, and we'll see what happens, though, but it's ah Interesting time we live in right now, man. It's crazy anyways. Thanks. Thanks calling it, Neal. Do we have another caller? No, not yet. Okay, So we had another guy that called in he was. We heard him when he was charming in John about the history of that, And you did a little research right about the whole concept by Mike Miller when he when he designed this was based on the mountain men of the 18 hundreds, like Miller from the Magic. No, actually, that's what I initially thought when he said, do some research, But no, I mean, it's it's crazy. And and that caller that were talking to before, Neil. It has nothing to do with the Confederate logo or anything has not nothing at all. I'm all look, I'm very happy. NASCAR did what they good luck policing that, though yeah, like Okay, you bandit. But no, I've never been in a tele gated and ask our event, but I'm sure there's some rowdy folks there. I guarantee on. I'm guessing there's good. There's gonna be some backlash when Some knuckleheads have that flag up. Some people get kicked out, not be less. I I agree with that 100%. But this is a case of taking something a little too far. Well, the crazy thing is the whole reason why this that was designed is because Beau regard kind of had a Confederate uniform on I get see removing that back in the early seventies. That's the reason why they got rid. I don't we just put him in a rubble jumpsuit, right? I mean, that's what he looks like. A TTE the games? Yeah, I mean, yeah. Call today. I just hope they don't change that to keep our guy We can't remove the name Rabbit about Cracker jacks that offends you. Actually, I love crack. A lot of people in this town got their driver's license through crime. There's occasion. Jackson. They're going to taste this delicious. I don't think so. I think that's the major concern with all this, I think is that we can't do what What can we do? It can't do right, right? Yeah, it is crazy, but, you know, Hey, we've got some problems in this country and it definitely needs something needs to happen and you know, but I think they're responsible, right? I think there's better ways than removing a cartoon character known as the rebel But anyways, maybe I'm wrong Anyways. All right, You know what? We're going to cut you. A break is up. Next segment will do our headlines and we're going to talk about the housing numbers all the good stuff that's happened real estate. Rates still at record lows, So let's go to a break right now. When we get back, we'll do our headlines again. We got the phone lines open if you have a comment on the rebels removing that statue Or better yet, what's going on with the housing market? Roll state fun stuff to talk. It would like to talk to you about that as well..
Players kneeling for anthem met with boos before MLS game
"The Dallas soccer team had fans yesterday they booed the players who kneels the national anthem. Enchanted Yusa. And pissed off pissed off a Dallas player who criticized them after the game. I didn't see that, but I read about that online early this morning. I was two teams that had to sit out for the MLS come back because of positive Covad test, So they had a game. Nashville and Dallas and there were fans allowed there. Yeah, And I saw that there it was described at least in the story that I read. There was a smattering of boos. I I mean that that shouldn't and for the player To be upset about it. Listen, I mean, if you if you make the decision to Neil, we're trying to wrap our heads around what you can and cannot do. Right, and I have said before. I've always been a stand for the anthem guy. That was the way I was raised. My dad was in the military. That's fine. The narrative now for those who choose to kneel for the anthem is it's not Their way of disrespecting the flag or the military. It's their way of bringing to the forefront. Police brutality when it comes to African Americans, so that's their mindset. And I think we have to I think we have to, if not embrace that. We have to understand that. That's the message they're trying to convey. I've said I think you could do it differently. Use your platform differently and have a much better chance to have your message heard. But you know what? I've said this before. Brandon Marshall, the former linebacker. The Broncos knelt during the flag. He and I'm Rick. You wear all their we've had. Three or four conversations about that. And I like that guy personally, You know what? I'm not going to change my mind on him. I'm not going to attack him because he chooses to do that. But on the other hand, I don't think the player Should be You know he shouldn't respond that way because the fans Some fans choose not to like that. We've got to move past the point that we continually attack each other because somebody has a different point of view. That's my Pollyannish moment. Monkey away. How about that?
Short-Term SEO vs Long-Term SEO (Which One is Better)
"Welcome to another episode of Marketing School I'm Eric Su and I'm Neil Patel today we're GonNa talk about short term Seo versus long-term Seo and which one is better. So a lot of people like going out there and be like I'm GONNA buy tunnel links or UNDIS- GONNA go blitz a ton of content. There's raise short-term SEO to acquire a ton of sites in just through on redirected or by expired domain names have links. Some of it is grace. is black vitz light. But in general if you're short term versus long term, you're thinking about, what could you do right now to get results right away seo inherently is a slow steady gained gang. Sloan. Said, he does win the race if you do attendance. Stop. Gould, isn't just Update the algorithm in you to the top, they slowly increase your rankings overtime, and for that reason, if you try to do anything that shortsighted in short term, it's usually not gonNa give you are Y in searching hurt you the only time Reich seen short-term really help is you're a big company already with authority already have a lot going on but you have some issues like on page Seo when you fix those things yes. You'll get a impacting the short run but I also look at those long-term tactics because it you don't do. GonNa hurt you in the long run as well. Yeah. So I think a lot of it's beyond just marketing is a mindset thing. 'cause I think early in my career, I was trying all the short-term things because I want results very quickly I wanted to prove myself and I would try all the things would try spun articles, I would use. What is called? There's other tools se new can all these weird tools like all of a sudden like have twenty new articles that there's like jumbled texts that has just like it felt wrong. So usually when it feels wrong, it is wrong. I tried all these other things link wheels just weird stuff where I would get traffic very quickly but the the site would be slot very fast by google at the traffic would disappear. And so when you think about from a business perspective, you look at Amazon, you know people are like Oh, my God, they don't drive any profits, not a real business and years and years and years analysts were like this is not a real business. It's going to go bust you at them. Now, billions and billions of dollars, all these other revenue streams, all these other business lines is because the reinvesting because he kept thinking about. The long term thinking about short term kind of quarterly results from the stock market you should apply that mindset how you do marketing because now you're not gonNA think about I'm trying to get results in the next month sixty days or so in the next ninety days, I'm trying to build for the next ten years the next twenty years and when you're able to do that, you think about, okay I'm not gonNA try to spin. Articles anymore, I'm going to be like Brian. Deane. I really long-form great content and have a lot of data and it's going to be the best fees out there. I'm going to promote the hell out of it and I'm just to treat my audience right I'm gonNA respond to them as from there under the bill even more than just the Seo audience that I have I'm GonNa live on channel because at that point you're building. A brand is an asset. It's hard to a brand on a shaky foundation where actually if you're trying to do things really quickly, you're not really going to have much of a foundation at all. We see that happen time and again just over and over. Just does not work out like you have to go long run SEO is a long-term gain anyone. He goes with the short-term game usually distance of losing money and what will find his eric and I were in the same boat where we start off, we'd be like this tool it can like Dr more clicks to your listing, and that'll indirect restart. We've seen rankings overtime while like. Shit doesn't work. It's not long term wasting all this time ever on short-term tactics. If you spent that time and energy on long run, you'd be much further along I think those of you that are listening right now that are trying in the midst of starting out the on you want to try to things we're not going to be able to stop you. You're I think you're going to try them no matter what and I. You've got to eat some dirt and then you're going to be like, okay, I. Get it. Sometimes, you just have to experience it for yourself. That's fine and those of you that are like, yeah, you know you've dotted your get what you're saying. Here's example of something new I. Don't know if you saw this but there's this new it's called GP three. Have you heard about it yet on? So it's basically it's ai that will take one sentence and it will make into full article for you. So check this out I'm gonNA share the link with you afterwards. But this one article I was reading this entire article about what GP three was and the entire articles written by the machine. I. Couldn't even tell, and so afterwards, it's like the implications for that are when it comes to like a reporting standpoint or when you talk. About scores or news things like that, you can easily pump a ton of content the difference now I'm excited about this but the difference now is this is a long term play 'cause. I actually can understand it and I actually got value from it versus the short term play before were a lot of these tools were just kind of switching words around or it was switching more around where sometimes incentives is that even make sense and. That's different right at that point of trying to get it it's a hustle. But when you think about talking about machine learning talk about Ai, that's a longer term play because you're actually still adding value while saving human beings time. So at that point, it becomes a different story. So it's also important to know understand nuance
How to Build a Brand When You Aren't an Expert
"Committed to your success online. We've worked with them to a special offer just remarking school listeners. All you have to do is go to dream host dot com slash marking school to learn more and get your website online today. Welcome to another episode of Marketing School I'm Eric Su and I'm Neil Patel, and today we are going to talk about how to build a brand when you are not an expert. So a lot of people are asking US hey, how do I build a brand I'm getting into this field I'm learning law and decide you know what fake it till I make it what do I do and you have to real options the first option is you can just way and then once you get really good at it and you think you're all as quote unquote expert grew whatever you WANNA call it. Then by all means blog about it creep video content odd cast The other option and this is the one I would recommend is you don't have to get expert to build a brand you can share your journey you can share the mistakes you learn, you ensure the pros, the cost, and eventually not only will you learn what to do, what not to do your followers or the fallen that year solely attracting will also learn what to do and what not to do. But eventually as you gain more and more expensive the month over the years you'll be then seen as experts have to be expert. You don't WanNA call yourself expert to share what's working for you in that industry on what's not be super open open book you transparent So I was actually just GonNa say something similar around document your journey in the beginning when people when you maybe feel like imposter and you don't feel like you have enough to teach you don't feel like you're good enough I think happened. So a lot of people when they're starting out and I think that stops them from starting. It's also painful when people don't see results for the first two to three years or so and what I would say is a good example of this is Gary Chuck. He doesn't particularly teach as much as he just. He just had a camera guy following him around d rock and he was just documenting every part of the journey on his team chop things up and that would be sources content, and then he would realize that now he's you're saying this like I don't have to think about all the content I need to produce because just living my life I'm being me he's being very authentic to himself. So in the very beginning, is there any way you can document especially if you become really really successful and people can see from the very beginning there like Even more. It doesn't matter how crappy your video your equipment is how bad you sounded the beginning while people are going to appreciate the raw ethnic you and then they're gonna see your journey another continue to follow you because they're interested in senior story people. Dave Chapelle said people don't follow comedians because they're funny. They follow comedians because they're interesting and so how can you be interesting? You document your journey, you get stronger and stronger don't give up an I feel at that point success has given. So yeah, and what you'll find is throughout your journey. Joe Come through a lot of things that can help you become expert without you realizing as he had a bigger audience, you may be asked to be interviewed on other podcasts. He will may want to interview. You may end up doing speeches at conferences. All these things will help brand your salt and make you be seen as experts, but it doesn't happen overnight and when I look at companies like groove h q a lot of people don't know but they documented their journey and eventually became super successful Gary Banner Chuck was undoing Wine Library. TV. Back. In the day for so many years spitting wind. He wasn't like I know wind better than anyone else. He was doing a show until just telling people what they feel about. You know wine in how it tastes like I remember he was on Conan one time he's again this is how it tastes like a song with dirt try chewing Konin and stuff like that wasn't near just trying to be an expert who is more so distinct this is how it is. This is how I get to know why is this is how I relate to? Overtime people like Oh, Shit your expert. You know this? Really well, it wasn't because he's saying he's an expert he's documenting his processes tasting wine, and at the same time, other people start interviewing. Esam to speak our conference getting known. That's what really helped him up over the years as well. If you even look at Logan, Paul you look at Pudi Pie, you look at Casey Nights, lot of them. They are just kind of even Graham Stephan to he's actually Graham. Stephon Stephan Show where he reacts to things actually he teaches but the the other three people I talked about before again Casey nights that Logan Paul, these types of people they're just
Biden VP pick: Kamala Harris to join Biden in Delaware
"Will hit the campaign trail once again, this time as Joe Biden's running mate. The former vice president made the announcement on Twitter, calling Harris a fearless fighter for the little guy in one of the country's finest public servants. Today. Our political analyst Michael Neil says the pic was a safe one. He does not have any obvious flaws. Vice president almost never helps you. You just want number one biggie. You don't want anybody who's going to be a target. Harris is the first African American woman to compete on a major party's presidential ticket. Biden and Harris are scheduled to hold their first joint press conference at around 12. 50. This afternoon. Arizona time. You can hear it live right here on our 92.3 FM, The
Gunman on the loose amid active shooter situation at Louisiana hospital
"A manhunt is underway in Shreveport, Louisiana. After what police are calling an active shooter situation at a hospital Authorities are looking for 41 year old two Neil Cole. They say he shot a man in the leg and is considered armed and dangerous. There were about two dozen squad cars at that hospital this morning.
Podcast Critic and Creator Wil Williams Shares Her Origin Story
"Hello and welcome to a bonus episode of inside podcasting the show in which creators discuss their craft. I'm your host Sky Pillsbury. A few weeks ago I posted a post show episode in which my podcast friend, Ariel Nissim flat, and I discussed my interview with podcast critic and Creator. Will Williams during that episode, I revealed that due to technical mishap will and I actually recorded twice the interview with will, that I, shared with you a few weeks ago was our second recording. Today's episode is the first eleven or so minutes of our original discussion which I was able to salvage despite the technical mishap. So today, I'm releasing it for all of us here I. Hope you enjoy it. Will Williams. Welcome to the show I am so happy to have you with me today. I have been. Thank you for having Oh. Absolutely. I. Have Been Intrigued by you ever since I came across your posts on twitter you're one of the first people I came across where I don't remember what you were saying, but it was surely opinionated and. Could. It could have even been. You know a useful rant. I'm not really sure but I immediately knew this is someone that I want to pay attention to this is someone that I wanNA follow. So. For me to get a chance to just dive into who you really are because of course, at this point I have had the chance to meet you in person and we have had. Interactions they're still so much. I don't know and I have a lot of questions. So I read somewhere that you started listening to. Night. Vale and Lime Town that that might have been your first introduction to podcast. Is that right? So that was my first introduction to fiction podcasts by I was one of those people where I was listening to podcasts in a more general sense before I pods were even a thing I was downloading them on my desktop computers and listening whenever I could back in those early days of I tunes but Lime Town and Night Vale were definitely my biggest introductions to fiction, which then launched me into writing. So when you're listening to the other podcast prior to that, what happened that was different when you listen to night villain lime town that led you to feel like Oh maybe I wanNA play a role in this. In Twenty twelve, twenty thirteen. There were a bunch of fiction podcast being made and because I guess I kind of raised myself on traditional nonfiction podcasting things like radio lab and grammar girl and writing excuses when fiction podcast starting to make stir I was unfortunately in the camp where I thought that they were going to be good that they would be kind of. Poorly, produced or poorly written or kind of tacky. So I just didn't latch onto them, which is so embarrassing to see now. When I listened to night neil well, that's fascinating to me because of course. so closely to the genre. Yeah. When I heard Night Vale, it was kind of more of the same kind of thought of it as the exception to the rule, and I think part of that is because I was so set on this idea that you know all fiction podcasts kind of sounded like basically like a prairie home companion in my head that's what I was comparing it to and I liked that night failed did something so different in. So weird I mean this was again like. Twelve thirteen twenty thirteen, and back then lgbt representation, which is something that I think a lot of people fiction space take a little bit for granted now, not that we couldn't still be better, but we really had so little of that in an accessible fiction format and the main relationship in that podcast is between two men and later would go on to have trans characters and it felt really revolutionary to me and growing up in Arizona and specifically being in Phoenix for most of my life I. Latched onto. The weird desert setting usually the desserts here are basically exactly as bizarre feel feel feels like a documentary sometimes. I thought of it. Yeah. As like the exception to the rule I liked it but I didn't think it would be into more efficient podcasts but when lime town came around and my friend introduced me to it. I mean, it sounded incredible and I was working in my college radio station. At the time I had tried my hand out a little bit of production. So I knew how much went into it and it just sounded so good. They loved the writing and I've always been one four character study is and that's basically what town is like there is the mystery to it, but it's mostly vignettes of these fascinating characters and he just fell in love and then from there I just kind of dove headfirst into all the fiction I could find, and now here I am. So, you were at college at the time right were you what were you studying? Did you have parallel paths going like I'm interested in radio and I'm working at the college radio station but I- majoring in something completely different. Something completely different. I. My Undergrad degree is in English education. I was very bent on being teacher. I just worked at the college radio station for fun basically, and then you Kinda fell in love with and the more I fell in love with audio the more I fell in love with working at the station. And then I did my semester of student teaching. I graduated I worked as a substitute teacher for two months. End then hated it never been You hate it why? I loved teaching proper is loved being with the students but honestly I think that I was. I got way too emotionally involved in all of my students and to to this day. I still think back on students during that semester student teaching and wonder if they're okay
Pier 1 Import Transaction - What We Can learn From It
"Super committed to your success online. We've worked with them to a special offer just remarking school listeners. All you have to do is go to dream host dot com slash marking school to learn more and get your website online today. Welcome to another episode of Marketing School. I'm Eric Su and Neil Patel, and today we are going to talk about something really interesting. That's happening right now while we're GonNa talk about the pure one import transaction and what we can learn from it but we. A little context here as to when recording this. This is July twenty, second twenty twenty where still in the midst of Covid, and so what's going on as a lot of these companies retailers are going bankrupt. They were already shaky, and this was basically nail in the coffin for them. So they've had to basically liquidate. Neil. I'm sure you've looked into this deal a little bit. What do you know about it? Can you kind of pay some white as to WHO's kind of spearheading this as well? Sure. So there's a guy named Alex, ooh Zeus Anti Lopez. Many guys know about the guy has a. Car. Garage union, it's at. Times really smart. So ty ended up techno was but a lot of people look at Thai Guy who's pushing Lamborghini, and there's not much more to. What ty analysis decided to do was leverage on leverage. Our audience gets a ton of investors in go out there in go leverage their audience and going by these struggling e-commerce. First one they did was dressed farm about her pennies on the dollar. Now, the buying pure one, and then from there, they turn around the company's make him grow at the fat. And you got a really solid business in part, audience built brand lowliest do the bat and off. Yeah I mean, if you think about it, it's it was initially, they agreed on a twenty one, million dollar deal in the pure one came back and said, we want thirty million. So I think it's a thirty million dollar deal now, but to Neal's point, it's pennies on the dollar, the work de Sweat equity that's been put in over the years and years. They don't necessarily need all the retail shops anywhere. You take the brand, make everything. Go Onto ECOMMERCE. You'RE GONNA go. So, you're going to print money what turns action. It's super simple. It's effective and I wish more people thought about things that way a lot of people want to build businesses from scratch. The hardest part is building easier. Part is growing muscle were marketers cutting back in grown company has already a billion dollars revenue. They're not fall role while. Is it okay by for pennies on the dollar, you cut the fat and made two billion anymore, but they slew one, hundred, million. So that really amazing business, right? I was listening to that yesterday. So Nike originally, they were slated for their online revenue to be about thirty percent for twenty, twenty three. I at the target now is fifty percent. So the already shot past that. So a lot of stuff is accelerated. Yes. We know that they're not getting a lot of offline transactions, but would this basically means if you look at shop advice stock a lot of stuff ECOMMERCE which is accelerating. Yet, and before this year roughly percent of online transact commerce transaction rebound online that. And sure after cheers Emmy going down a little bit, but it's still gonNA. Be Way higher than where started. Yeah I think at least one of the lessons from me here is you have to look at the Times what are people used to right now, and is it just a business model? tweak where you remove the retail component? The you know the in store component and you just switch it to online and boom. You're you're good to go. 'cause people are tied to the original kind of appear one management team might be tied to hey, we should keep the stores people stuck with doing things the old way by once you remove the emotion from it wants you just be used a objective and you think about it from a business perspective everything changes anything else. Let's it in the last thing you should take away from pure wants to Techn- idea something as donor to book by its cover. A lot of people a judge tyler. This guy is in smart steam
Amy Spowart, Head Of The National Aviation Hall Of Fame
"Many years especially when right field was more impactful when the foundations of today's age were taking off so much research with here at Afrl, and there's all kinds of research and aerospace research places that are here. It made a lot of sense Scott Crossfield even said to me once amy, you're not a pilot unless you through right field everybody who's anybody flies through right field, and of course, you know in the early days, there were Ayla celebrity who always came on China and it was John Wayne and Jimmy Stewart. Who's who I remember? My first enshrinement in nineteen ninety, nine Ted Williams came at Joe Foss. We've had John Travolta Dennis, quaid miles, O'Brien all been and sees it the hall of fame event but I would say following the economic downturn of two thousand nine and companies started to pull out of the Dayton area. It was harder to get that kind of support. So while the city of Dayton wholeheartedly loves having the hall of fame here we also Need people who can sponsor because we receive no federal state or local funding at all whatsoever. So we have to depend on aerospace aviation companies industry to support US and in Trimbe it was a big help us getting brand recognition. It's never been moneymaker. It's part of our mission to memorialize. So we need people to support our education and support are learning center through sponsorship. So what we decided to do in two thousand seventeen is actually take quote unquote. Show on the road, the Oscar night of aviation left Dayton and we went to Dallas first, and then we went to DC in twenty, eighteen and Denver and twenty nineteen than we were supposed to have a homecoming here in twenty twenty. But of course, the this year has been postponed until two thousand, twenty one we're working on getting is back to the National Aviation Hall of fame in Dayton use an abbreviation there a F- on the Air Force research. Lab. So. Here Wright Patterson Air Force Base. Employees. I think it's twenty to thirty thousand people in. Southwest Ohio, and only about less than half of those are active military. So there's a lot of research scientists here, and that's where the United States air force does all their most important research everything from what they're going to build aircraft out of to what their munitions do and Jet Propulsion. It's all located here in Dayton at Wright Patterson Air Force Base. Still is very much a hub of aerospace activity. especially from the military and. Speaking of which there are signs that the or the appeal of aerospace is not resonating with the youngest generation do you sense that and if so is the hall responding in some way? It's hard because it's just like covert. The company's nonprofits that survive cove. It are the ones who are going to adapt and react to the situation with kids with this next generation they're not so much looking up lake weeded or the generation before me did Neil Armstrong stood in one place and what's fair to the sky and we all know the Wright brothers played with a little plastic helicopter type thing that inspired them. So we need to appeal to kids in. What interest them? So that might be if they're interested in the environment, they WANNA make less noise from aircraft. They want less jet fumes from cargo plane. That kind of thing we have to say, why not you? Why don't you figure that out? It makes me think of enshrining clap Myra who wanted a safer jet plane. So he thought about it and thought about it and he Allen Clapp mark came up with this idea of putting a parachute on the top of. A plane and everyone's like that's not gonNA work except the vision jet is pretty remarkable. So what we need to do is have kids interact or read about or they have to know who Bill Mayer is, and it isn't just Alan Shepherd. It isn't just the astronauts it isn't just the inventors it's all the Chinese and they can inspire kids more than just an aviation. It could be designed it to be dreamers that could be artists, but if we all have. Heroes. That's what gets kids going and if we give them a problem like make less noisy aircraft or might be a kid who's a Gamer and they sit on the computer all day, they're actually going to be fantastic drone pilots. We just have to recognize what they're doing and adapt to it.
Why Twitter is a Severely Underrated Platform
"Super committed to your success online. We've worked with them to a special offer just remarking school listeners. All you have to do is go to dream host dot com slash marking school to learn more and get your website online today. Welcome to another episode of Marketing School. I'm Eric Su and I'm Neil Patel and today we are going to talk about why twitter is a severely rated platform that I tell you what happened with twitter recently. What I did recently, where did you do? So I started running ads for like ten dollars a day or fifteen dollars a day and what happened was one of our big clients I think everyone knows the name they saw it and that led to a upscale conversation and let too much deeper conversations and not only that I'm running this ad right now basically like a blog post and more and more people are seeing it and people with like. Blue checkmark that are reputable investors or VC's or vendors there following me they're liking this is really good for branding her ten dollars fifteen dollars a day it's done so much for me right now and not only not ballers day without regaining growth winds, ten bucks a day growth wise negligible getting impressions. The most important thing is getting impressions on these both the reach my goal with these is the reach, and so you shouldn't be aiming for like. At least for me, I'm not aiming for conversions or anything like that I think if you're running ten dollars a day or maybe fifteen hundred dollars, the reason I started doing this was because I started seeing other people running these ads extra Wilkins in for example, from tiny capital, he just keeps running the same over fifty dollars a day but I remember him and that we talk about the rule fourteen, the rule seven, whatever I just think twitter. From ads perspective is very underrated but from a learning perspective I've also talked about how to me. It's the most important social network because I learned so much more from than other social networks. So when you're using your impressions beginning Yeah I mean let me just open it right now. So while we do that, why do you think is underrated platform? So twitter has a lot of smart high net worth people on there. It's not the sex. It's not like instagram. It's not like based. Youtube it's a place where you find the likes of like the e-leong must of the world when the Bill Gates in the role constantly communicate and they liked doing it themselves, it's not like having someone who works for them postings they themselves like going on twitter and tweeting, and conversely with others or that reason I think it's powerful because although they may not have the reach you can get access to really wealthy influential people on twitter in a much more easier way than you can on instagram or case Lincoln rainy their social. Yup. I have the numbers the so I guess I'm spending a little more I. Guess we wrapped up the budget a little bit so in the last seven days so it looks like about ninety five dollars spent I think we've wrapped up from ten dollars a day so six, hundred, seventy dollars in spend one, hundred, twenty, two, thousand impressions not the greatest CPM cost per thousand impressions but to Neal's point he hit the nail on the head the people that you're reaching our high net worth smart individuals that like to pontificate they like to act they want to show their wisdom. So that's why twitter is really underrated depends on what you're selling to. Out of the impression, how many did you get your site? Let's see well, but in general like there's a lot of channels like twitter Radha contrast, the lot of people don't talk about snapchat doll during its audiences. These underrated pop why we underrated platforms for civically. But the others as Wallace is not a lot of competition for advertising Baseba can google or instagram. Google would also be youtube based also the instrument, but they're all SACCHARIN. You look from the other channels they're much more affordable Lincoln that is thriving social network from ad standpoint. It is quite expensive is a lot of companies, zipper sales and recruiting people spend a lot of money on jobless other than that I found that the other networks much more affordable. Yeah. So here's the thing. Hey, it shows how am I at cloud formed the the second thing is it's actually not showing me clicks just because I'm focused on impressions cost result is giving me a CPM. So I am not seeing clicks right now on it, but I didn't tell you. Thousand. Yeah. So something impressions, dozen impressions it's not the best CPM's around five bucks or so but I can tell you based on the up sell, and then also the people that are engaging with me and the people that are falling me as well. It's worth its weight in gold. So use it. You don't have to use it for the ads side of things but
WNBA players urge people to vote against team owner, senator
"W. NBA. Stars are openly endorsing Kelly Leffler opponent in her Georgia sit race despite her ownership stake in one of the teams, leagues. W Now? No No, no. No they're not supporting Ralph warnock Nah I'm sorry Doug Collins No. That's Boring College Board Ralph. WARNOCK WNBA. Stars are openly endorsing Reverend Raphael warnock for the US Senate seat currently held Atlanta Dream Cone or Kelly Leffler Leffler Georgia Republican previously used her position as a team owner as a political stance in her hotly contested special election players called on WNBA Commissioner. Cathy Engelbert to ban Leffler from the League after her comments against the black lives matters group. You know she. She's writing this. HELP INNER Players across the WNBA have long been vocal opponents of Senator Kelly Leffler Georgia. Republican who also happens to Cole the League's Atlanta Franchise. But as the special election for Leffler appointed senatorial seats up stars are using their platform to explicitly rebel against the controversial politician prior to Tuesday nights matchup between the Phoenix Mercury and the Atlanta Dream members of both teams express support. For Reverend Raphael. warnock. By wearing t shirts that read vote warnock according to representatives for the mercury players on the Chicago Sky also donned the black and white shirts prior to their game against the Dallas Wings players on the Seattle Storm in Connecticut also wore the shirts prior to the game which you know these people who were I guess they just eight Kelly leveler. Okay. Now, here's the thing. If they schrief walls in the forest and no one is around. Does it make a sound? If. They WNBA player takes political position does anyone know unless there's a reporter there to tell them and then does anyone care? No one watches the Wnba these are the people who off the court because of the national anthem they didn't even neil they walked off the court.
Neil Young Sues Donald Trump Campaign Over Use of ‘Rockin’ in the Free World’
"President Trump's reelection campaign for using his music without permission. Young's lawsuit says the campaign is used rocket in the Free World and Devils sidewalk several times and rallies and political events, including June 20th Rally in Tulsa, Oklahoma, Young says when he complained about the campaign using rocking in the free world in 2015 when Trump announce his run for the presidency, the campaign had said it had permission. Young says that the proof that the campaign knew it needed permission to use his music. He's Looking for up to $150,000 statutory damages for each infringement. We're going to
7 New Ways to Grow Your SEO Traffic
"To another episode of Marketing School I'm Eric Su. Hotel and today we're GonNa talk about seven new ways to grow your seo traffic. So I'll start first because they had a Webinar on new ways to do SEO. So the first way to grow your SEO traffic new way to grow your seo traffic would be to think about on surp- seo but does that mean exactly so Serb assertion that result page, and as you know Seo now is getting more difficult because the search result pages are so dynamic you have sometimes you might have apps you have knowledge box you might have featured snippets you might have site links there's a lot. Of changes happening. So what you gotTa do from your and we've talked about Faq Schema before in the past, we've talked about all these different tactics those all fall on the search engine result page. You GotTa think about how you can do on Seo part of what you can do using software or you can do it on your own, but you can use our software. If you want click flow, you can test your titles Meta description and that is basically one element of on as he'll. There's a lot more that goes into that but I just want to give you one piece. Number two is create new formats of content. So you don't have to just do text based content. You've already seen that Google ranks videos, but did you know Google also rains podcasts? So now crawling podcasts transcribing and indexing them and getting driving traffic to them as loss. So don't create text based content, considering creating all the different types of media formats that people really leveraging these days such as video audio off Cassie I should out there make she include keywords with whatever you're talking about your research on. What you'll find is some of that context also start ranking. For many listings are pushing up just classroom pushing up just video results. So it's a way to grab more search traffic bubbling people already. Number three kind of alluded to this a little earlier. But if you Google, Matthew Woodward Faq Schema. You'll find a way to get Faq. Schema. Set Up, and in some cases you click the rate actually might go higher. This is kind of continuing to follow the theme of on Surp- SEO number four by websites now for their back lanes buying for their brand and their existing traffic and there exists. You'll traffic merging into your site makes you deleted duplicate content merge than duplicate content together what it mean by duplicate is not word for word content. But if I have article on Seo someone else has an article on Seo and they both talk bout began as a test yo you don't have to pay design begins Guy Teissier you'd WanNa merge tackle only do that. What you'll find is Marshall Tropical to ring for Marquee Words All. Right. Number five. So even though we talk about it, I don't think a lot of people do this enough think about how you can build your own widget or how you could build your own software where those will basically because those to me, there are a little more defensible than making new book or a new Info Graphic, for example so An example, this Neil night I talked about this website when covert initially hid a lot of late in the United States a lot of layoffs started happening. So these layoff tracker started going up I was actually looking at one of the layoff trackers recently, sixteen hundred referring domains going that's a lot of lakes. So if you can build something, that's helpful. Genuinely helpful. The people that's very lincoln asset. This is evergreen SEO tactic but nobody has ever talked about talk about Lincoln assets, but don't talk too much about using a product to help with branding or product to build lakes. Another thing that you can end up doing is. Look at popular tools on the Internet that are Mir Space Adam to your website. You can find a lot like code canyons stuff like that will find his they tend to create a lot of brand queries more BRANCUSI's. You have the easier to rank on Google. So yes, eric talked about lingual acids but you can also get tools that create more brand queries will you'll find as you rankings for all Europeans go up even if you're not getting into links. All right number seven kind of similar. Building on the example I gave from number five where you build a where you lied with a product could be a widget as well. But let's use Neil Uber suggests as an example, he has a lot of data, a lot of click stream data. And basically, the great thing about that is that he can make really data loaded post that nobody else can do so I remember recently, I just read something from about how everything you know about click the rate has changed, but they were pulling proprietary data that they have. If you have your own product, you're able to glean zone insights and you can produce. Content that stands out on its own which you have liquid asset that's helping you produce more link cable assets with your content.
Columbia Sportswear's Gert Boyle Faced Down Sexism and Ageism
"Boyle. Grew. Columbia sportswear into a downfield powerhouse is the third Nar five-part series on the origin stories of iconic companies. We originally aired this episode about boils legacy after she died last. November, let's listen back. She was one tough mother and proud of it. Gert Boyle, the ninety five year old Chairman of Columbia Sportswear died earlier this month since then accolades poured in for boil, she was a formidable funny icon of the outdoor apparel world notorious for her resilience and her toughness qualities that empowered her to guide Columbia from near bankruptcy in the early seventies to what the New York. Times. Now calls the largest outerwear brand in the United States, a three billion dollar business. Gert Boyle was born gertrude lamb from in Germany in one, thousand, nine, hundred, twenty, four, when she was thirteen, the family fled Nazi Germany moving to Portland Oregon there her father lamb from bought the Rosenfeld hat company worried about antisemitism. He changed the name to the Columbia hat company. Columbia evolved from hats to outdoor year including a fishing vest that Gert than a homemaker raising three kids designed. Gertz husband Neil Boyle eventually became CEO of the family business. But in nineteen seventy, the forty seven year, old leader suffered a fatal heart attack. Suddenly Gert found herself at the helm of an eight. Hundred Thousand Dollar Company. She had no idea how Neil had run it nor how she and her son twenty, one year old, Timothy would manage. As CEO of Columbia Gert frequently encountered sexism, but she always had an acerbic comeback as the new. York Times reported Gert recalled that a businessman upon learning. She was the president exclaimed, but you're a woman her answer. You know I noticed that when I got up this morning. Still, the combination of rampant sexism in her inexperience almost killed the company by Nineteen seventy-one. Gert. Agreed to entertain an offer to purchase it. But when the buyer a man offered, only fourteen hundred dollars she custom out and slammed the door in his face wrote Doug Schnitt span who profiled her for outside magazine. Gert said for fourteen hundred dollars. I would just as soon run this business into the ground myself that encounter galvanized Gruden Tim with a combination of unconventional strategies including being the first to use the waterproof fabric. GORTEX. They saved Colombia and set it on its growth path while all of their outdoor industry rivals including the north face in Patagonia. Marketed their wares to elite climbers and adventurers girding in Tim, we're happy to sell their products. Products at department stores at lower prices that strategy shocked the young industry and it worked so too did the Marketing Campaign Gert? Boyle is best known for the one that featured her as just what she was. One tough mother that campaign which ran from nineteen, eighty, four to two, thousand, five depicted gert down to earth mob oil. Now, take no nonsense mother who didn't suffer fools gladly, and who would allow nothing less than perfection A. A string of TV ads showed Gert using her son Tim as a product Tester to prove that they're outerwear was both warm and waterproof. In the first. She had tim dressed in Columbia's famous three layer system. Walk through a car wash. Her favorite one was one in which she drove a Zamboni on a hockey rink. Right over her long suffering son dressed in Columbia gear. Of course, he was lying the ice breathing through a straw. Straw apprentice out of the same era for the boundary peak parker quoted the Middle Aged Gert, saying I've got hot flashes to keep me warm. You'll need something that zips mob boils tough. Mother ads are credited with transforming a little known business into a household name inside the company. Her wit was also on display. She summed up her guidance for other leaders. This way early to bed early to rise work like hell and advertise. She might have added and work like hell. Until the day you die, she made it to the office on her ninety fifth birthday in March and was still having business discussions shortly before her death on November third according to outsides Schmidt's Pon. Gert Boyle will be remembered for many things among them, her belief which she shared often with younger women that a woman could do anything and also her conviction that older workers are assets in the workplace. Indeed, in her nineties, she wrote perhaps my presence in the office offers a message that managers liked to put older workers out to pasture. Out. To lunch.
Neil Young Sues Donald Trump Campaign Over Use of ‘Rockin’ in the Free World’
"Campaign may not be able to rock in the free World Much longer. Neil Young filed a copyright infringement lawsuit in New York today against the campaign for playing his songs at campaign rallies. The lawsuit says the plaintiff cannot allow his music to be used as a theme song for a divisive on American campaign of ignorance and hate. It says the campaign has been playing rocket in the Free World and Devils sidewalk for years.
Neil Young Sues Trump Campaign for Playing Songs at Rallies
"The Trump campaign may not be able to rock in the free World much longer deal. Young filed a copyright infringement lawsuit in New York today against the campaign for playing his songs at campaign rallies. The lawsuit says Young cannot allow his music to be used as a theme song for a divisive on American campaign of ignorance and hate. It says the campaign has been playing rocking in the Free World and Devils sidewalk for years, most recently at the June 20th rally in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
How to Run An Amazing Virtual Event
"Welcome to another episode of Marketing School I'm Eric. Su. Neil Patel and today we are going to talk about how to run an amazing virtual event. But maybe we'll get some context everyone I as to what are amazing virtual event was I. It's a growth accelerator virtual events we had. Let's give some people some color what we have. We had to mazing speakers we had great networking one networking with speed networking. Group networking and we had chat to connect everyone afterwards we did this over the course of four weeks. Each week is about three hours or so we've ended hot seats where we help people with their business and people were helping each other. You know we aren't able to do live right now. So we decided to do are virtually event and we wanted to see how he would do with that. So it's a new challenge for US Neil you want to add some more color to that before we talk about how to be amazing. Sure and I know some you it seemed like is virtual events really worth day she ended up doing it if you do it right it's definitely fun eric and I had a blast doing it not just as the host but we learned a law. We've got to interact with a lot of people and there's ways to set it up where almost like a real conference when you're interacting in person as well and if you do that ends of the really fun experience, a couple key. Things I think just to let everyone know we didn't get it perfect I. Still think we're improving this Neil nihar driving to do the best we can with these live or virtually the verse to we made a lot more mistakes than the third and fourth one really gotten. Yeah. Our Ratings at seven on the first one that it improved like an eight one up to a nine state at nine for the final one. But yeah, let's talk about it. So a couple of things that. We maybe we should talk about the mistakes we made. I think some of the key mistakes we made was not vetting detect platform enough meaning. So we use a new platform called hopping. That's H. O. P. I. N. before we moved back to zoom but that's where I can talk about that later. But what we've learned is that you can't just say these people speak these events and they're experiencing you have to test every single person which I think meal night we've always been on. The other side where it's like Oh God we have to go to ten minute test again, and then it's like you do it every single time but there's a reason for it because you don't want to be a weird in our first two speakers the very first two they had tech issues we had echos people could enjoin didn't know how to share their screen. So we just had a lot of issues and if we had tested with every single speaker, we would have had much experience. We would have much much smoother experience. The big thing that. I ended up learning from this is you don't just want to use this that makes it seem like glorified Webinar. That was the biggest mistake that I think we made and we got that in be back as well. If you do it through things like zoom and the way it was set up in Eric, you should probably talk a little bit more about this. 'cause you did more than I did on that and especially we were able to make it seem like event where you're not working learning from others almost like in Nevada versus something that was glorified Webinar that would be done over the computer. Yeah we got really good feedback from one of our members Ricardo. He was making it a key point to just say, Hey, look, we use hop in initially because the week before I spoke at virtually bend had nine hundred people or so it had some interesting features which we can talk about. But we ended up switching back to zoom meetings not zoom Webinar like right now we're on zoo but our and you can see we have a couple of days in here we can't see their faces we can't really interact. So instead what we did is we did a zoom meeting. We did it Brady bunch style so we can. See Everyone's face and the presenter would speak and then people would amuse themselves and then they would basically asked her questions and then it would be an interactive thing instead of someone reading the text and entering the human connection the bonding there is more of that granted were not in person but that what much further and the final thing I'll add to zoom is we ended up using breakout rooms, breakout rooms, put us into separate groups of five where we talk about Seo or different books or different prompts that allowed for even closer bonding. So we're glad that we switched back to zoom for those
Books Ive Loved Neil Strauss
"Hello Boys and girls ladies and Germs Tim Ferriss. Welcome to another upset of the Tim Ferriss show where it is usually my job to sit down with world class performers of all different types, startup founders, investors, chess champions, Olympic, athletes you name it to tease out the habits that you can apply in your own lives. This episode however is an experiment in part of short form series that I'm doing simply called books I've loved I've invited some amazing pass guests close. Friends and new faces to share their favorite books describe their favorite books, the books that have influenced them, change them, transform them for the better and I. Hope You pick up one or two mentors in the form of books from this new series and apply the lessons in your own life. I had a lot of fun putting this together inviting these people to participate and have learned so so much myself. I hope that is also the case for you. Please enjoy. Thanks for having me back to talk about some of my favorite books and I wanted to do something different today, which is I wanted to recommend some books that I've never recommended before on this podcast and that I haven't heard other people recommending things that people may not know about I wanNA turn people onto some new staff. That's like so central to me. So My Criteria were, what are the books where I've underlined the most amount of things some of these books that I'm going to recommend I literally have underlining or marks on every single page. A have kind of involved system. I use to mark books depending on the residents of the idea and different things going on in the book. The second thing is brought together these books sort of. Encompass like. The body of. What I think right now, the kinds of things that I write about and posted on instagram and teach in coach and have had so much value in my life and change them, and I'm going to walk you into them from. Let's say the simplest book to the most complex from one that's just so easy to read to one. It's almost like a textbook safer into these the beginning and see how far along you get I. Love All of these. They're really great on the path to understand yourself and who you are and the obstacles again, your way and where he's self sabotage in your relationships and. Real. Freedom. The first author is Sherry Huber and I wanted to tell you about her past but I looked it up online and I can't find anything there. So I don't know if it's public but as a child Sherry, probably faced one of the worst traumas a young person can ever. Go through and only survived it. She became a Buddhist monk. Ever met in my life I. Think She's one of the most. Centered. Wise. Powerful presences I've ever been around there's just something about her that. I can my I would like to get to one day. I really would she writes tons of books I'd love to read every one. And her books very simply written just still to pure wisdom almost like a wise mentor is giving you the advice. There aren't like supporting arguments and footnotes in research studies is just like the wisdom from high on the mountain. It's also unique font where part of the story and the power and the impact of the words is done through the font and style of writing changing as well. The illustrations by June shaver or could be shiver. The illustrator in the book so really. Looked through all her books read anything but I'll share with you the two that have had the biggest impact on me. Actually to read but I would want to read the rest. But I started with fear Book and fear book is so powerful because so many of us. Have a certain area where fear and doubt and uncertainty get in our way, and the book walks you through the of of of how to embrace them and move beyond them, and often it's very counterintuitive. But so true I highly recommend this for dealing with it and want to read you one quote from it. I WANNA read a couple of quotes from it. And her basic idea is that moving toward your fears and getting past them is the path to freedom and I love this part. And her books by the way very short hundred, fifty pages at most. She writes if you no longer believe what fear tells you you will live and it will not. That is a point on a spiritual journey that almost nobody gets past when the terror arises. When it gets backed into a corner and a matter of its survival years almost nobody has the required combination of courage desperation willingness to stand up to it.
"neil" Discussed on Fake Doctors Real Friends with Zach and Donald
"The writers though I know. That was all me and you just being silly again. It was one of those things where we like I don't think this is ever going to be in the show, but we were just cracking each other up about the manatee on the hospital, and has a name and you. You're familiar with his his social behavior. This is what I'm talking about about. Being able to wing, it yeah. Couldn't thrown that in on the middle. I was working. Corey Mike. There's a man lives underground. And the other, no the other one that you go ahead. It's a it's. It's this it's. My wife Finger. Thumb Finger. You. Guys WanNa Watch on the on the SCRUBS real that you can find on Youtube. I forgot what season it is, but neal the janitor as wife had made me scrubs short shorts. And Like I really wanted to wear these to work and I'm like. I'm a I'm a doctor. I can't wear. At work. All orders. A pair of scrubs cut off really high. Still high like my balls would have hung out. And then Neil Ghost. The good Lord didn't bless my wife with all ten fingers. Only has pointer on one hand and thumb pinkie on the other. meaning that. It had been really hard for her to make these short shorts, and I was disrespecting hiding, wear them, and I just couldn't make it through. I could not make it through with with Neil going. In pinky. That's by the way a wife that probably doesn't exist. Yes she didn't. She didn't exist because you get married at the end of the. True, that's true and Neil. Neil. We've been joking this first season. It's online. We haven't seen these in twenty years. And is I'm sure you haven't and. Bill one of the bill is that he always says is. I was debating season one. If the janitor, which is going to be a figment of jade's imagination, well every episode we go for the most part we see little moments where the janitor does interact with other people, and and every time we bring it up to bill. We're like yeah, you're holding onto that, but you know you in this episode the janitor. For example in this one he all, he offers to baseball tickets. Sorry, Franklin God better. WHO's our? Assistant directors is playing the the the the actor who sees Neil with the two tickets, and says I'll go and Neil's like not you and it's like another example of like okay well, then other people see the janitor bill. I watched that yesterday that that was a moment that was added to the script that wasn't in there..
"neil" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network
"There, you go and we're going to We're going to give you some. Some music that hopefully Soothes the soul a little bit and. If you don't know, the sole stirs the inspiration for. Neil, Simon and Art Garfunkel. You might have picked up a. you might have picked up a line in there that. Alternately Got Into Bridge over troubled waters and. Neil pessene standing by and neil the bell ringer with bells. The one on Saturday got her back at. Churchill and back on the dirt. And that's the way to. To get going early in a meet Neil congratulations? Thank you very much. I'm around big race. You know she she's funny. I didn't think I didn't think the pace was like a giant setup. Solid and it's gotTa pace you would. You would like to see if you've got a closer, but you know talk about the winter. She really you know. After the libra, she only had a little break after keeneland the LA. Brea than you were down in New Orleans. You gave her that turf try. Talk about the three to four transition. Well. The La brea she kinda got moved a little too early moved on backside. Coming around the turn wide, which is the move? I hate the absolute most wide around the turn. So you lose momentum and distance with all that. And she moved, she went from next last two third, and then just kinda flattened out in the Lebron, plus with the ship and everything. and. Then there really wasn't a lot of spots to runner I could've taken to hot springs. which I really didn't want to do or just stay the fairgrounds and try around the turf. She'd one on the turf down there the year before, but was going mile. And not, against. You know the sex race, but it wasn't a really top stake race..
"neil" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season
"Was like. I definitely couldn't have been you know one of the leads in it so much. We had like a cast sixty. Think wow yeah. It was a little forty thousand dollar budget. Movies be We pulled off a lot. I think we we have a lot of weird stuff in it. That's ambitious credit and especially on a short shooting schedule to. That's pretty amazing. Yeah well we lucked out with the actors that we got a lot of them are just really into it and really great to work with and just you know came in prepared you all. This stuff could just check out. Take that and it was. It was really fun. Well you know as soon as that seems a lot of day certainly would like to talk to you about it and awesome. Yeah that'd be great certainly Let Your light your your Rica fans now about it. I'm sure it's something that they would want to see to. Yeah I mean not the families who watch Eureka. It's definitely gonNA be are rated. Yeah sure yeah but Yeah well I'm definitely Once once we get it all together and Quite excited to show people. That's great. That's NEAT now. It's fun and I you know. I talked to a lot of indie filmmakers and It's a it's a it's tough But but I think they all hit on the same notes that you do dedication to the project that belief in it. That's really what drives you. And then if you get good people everybody kind of you know drives along just pushes the wagon along until they reach the finish line and that's what you need and it actually and you can say like you know. Everyone came together to make something. Yeah exactly you have a product there. Which is I think that's being able to show people and result and be like this is. What you did is a is a really cool thing absolutely. Well I really WanNa thank you for taking the time to talk to me. It's been a lot of fun. Thank you very much and I will see you in a couple of days right. Great look forward to it. All right you take care of Neil thanks to feature the best of here on sci-fi talk next time this is Tony Tomato. This is Amelia or up from Sanctuary J. Pod and you're listening to Sifi Talk..
"neil" Discussed on 1150 AM KKNW
"Neil which is on the check Chinese media dot com slash emissions transaction yeah sure yeah thank she yeah she she sure yeah I think the French local collection boasts improved pool labor in industries I was about Washington told the local I checked the constitution would be welcome to attend it is IT conclusion close each of those who Washington two thousand that would you know for your twenty seconds it'll show some singles in the crucial information that you think you should and you can clap by T. C. please send someone sent she'll you can hardly even he to me this will be if you showed up he couldn't find him thanks for the food okay cannot channel medically dollars Seattle Clinton tank majorly one Sunday for sure to sign and hence you'll and share earning earning in Swedish a Senate arching halaman transaction one that elevates having some measures chapel on what you're dreaming and **** Johnson Johnson hi woman in Seattle in which it's the ten twenty eight inches for sure transatlantic will mention cannot Paul wall one rule Hey ten out of the jungle on domino dot can't hack for me it should look in a little holes locally trained on hi Joe do not on sale and then consolidate the Nikoli to the east yeah I don't and what she in the show wanted chancellor sold one militiaman high school when teachers will email I should then make welcome what they'll try and read as a young father what I make I mean the country financial ritual look on that kind of tool of times you're sure to but algal junk mail or email you are channeling trial sure yeah I'm proud of me jumping under the under the show should the table without her colorful gonna kinda yet go she'll do it's always a pleasure sure yeah but each you are cheating should you hire should bomb techs are dated a shingle you should ask your tech talk to rot didn't weather data in order to get you out of your use with a ton of fun and on the phone about your drug treatment not only the people that lived in Colombia what yeah I kind of thought okay fight email the only question that denture and what they're not able to hear you sure want to show the film of Irish at temple I don't care if you doubt it yeah I'm a little slow for the Johnson Johnson how you like to hear more darn Johnson Johnson what what what actually what I'm what they're not able why should your dogs yet children whether or not talk well let's well that's what I'm here to talk about how the email is opened with in case you're not sure you know because I didn't need to be opened Jan she she the R. eight G. but you like to use of are they didn't touch it I didn't have to deal with it yet you are you are ready to take the title yeah let's see how to get it on country gets short dark are they in the US should have gone out do it on the you should be getting to you all are they not at all that shouldn't engine table country that contribute to Shearer so you say thirteen people that digitising Catholic yeah yeah you'll not yeah you don't you will create what you need our young people young thank you much and that's what I am to resume all I will tune the show in the mail to honestly thank god that you would require a lot yet even happened intimate male male Locksley Davis you don't quite yet have you checked your canonical yet got your Jack O. we are trying to limit the title that is don't you see on your show email Lingle Jean clad no but I am not sure I want to put on a boat or truck or nothing at all shaggy actually reassure stronger thank you bye yeah actually you know I'm thinking of and he took a tight couple can quickly get your.
"neil" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast
"Like I've been up for two days. It's speaking the video you guys of course were signed to Casablanca back in the day. There's I'm hearing. There's a movie coming out on Neil bogart. If you've heard this I I heard a little bit about. I've read about it but I haven't heard much after that so I'm not sure what's going on with that. I know I know gene. Simmons was trying to put a movie about Neil Bogart at one time at that fell through the cracks is this is legit. This is this is happening. It's Started production very recently. I forget who they have. Playing playing neal started. Oh yeah they just started filming on and I forget who they said. They had playing Neil bogart in the in the movie. It's a biopic Alex. See if you can google that and we'll come back with after break a Google Neil Bogart bio-pic and see what the Spinning Gold Spinning gold. Yeah which I think is based on a book about Neil bogart which I couldn't find that somebody said there's a book yeah Sharia but there's this it's about him being this sort of P.. T. Barnum character. Yeah he was a great guy. Neil I I love you. I didn't remember them at all. I mean I didn't know him. At all. People have said that he was quite a character he started Casablanca records. He he wasn't marinas credit cards. I think Johnny Carson album out or something like that you know he was about to go under and then of course he got he had signed up kiss and that they hadn't broken yet either. It took him four or five registered break and then he got Donna summer and of course that stuff started to break and then the alive album came out and then next he was golden boy. Hollywood I mean was huge and you also had records huge before. Yeah before. Yeah and he hung with you guys when you think about it by meal in their absolute absolutely six five studio and the live one alive one. So that's a pretty. I mean again. That you guys didn't have the multi-platinum um absolutely name. That's a pretty long commitment leaving us. He really believed in us. We sat down with him at the at the at the last time. We had a meeting with him. He said you know he was going to forgive the debt that we had he says you guys are GonNa win the war you know. He pleaded once he got the axe. You Know Casablanca fell apart in that he was a heart and soul of Casablanca. And so that. That's what did us in there but neal was a great guy. WHO's cool now? I think universal owns catalog. Didn't they do an angel. Box set recently guys is involved in any way. No no they don't they. Don't call us about ten copies. Not really because I'd love them to copy. I'd love to get it. I don't even know where to get it because I saw it online but I just I guess like anything Amazon would probably have it but I've MCC anything but what did they do. It did Danny's or anything on. It's not remastered but it sounds it. Sounds good they got they got some I think they've they've Dave Reynolds I think Positive if he did it for that album Emma because there's so many rock candies now is putting hot sinful. Yeah and live without an I heard about that so so rock candy which I'll show you but rock candy which is a British labeled it does CD reissues in this great stuff eric. Oliver owns that and they've I think they now have because they've done the first to record they did so. I think that was a nice as package. Actually that for the first two records if they did yeah so now I think they're going to end up having the whole catalogue and they really do nice back. Yeah they do interviews with you guys remastered. Yeah you guys did a member would. They've reynolds you guys. Did a little talked Dave Reynolds. Is there any stuff on the live without a net. That didn't make the record I'm sure there is about. I don't know it's been so long I can't remember. Yeah we great if they you know. He's he's learned us. I'm all off that That tour we did So cold and all right well the demos that we were going to do on the next album and we played the lives. So I don't know if it's on might be on that On the might be an outtake there. I'm not sure those demos also out there though. Yeah those demos are out there all right. Well we're going to take a break and we're gonNA come back and talk about what's happening now. which is we'll wait? What did you find out about Alex about the Neil bogart film? Neil Bogart bio-pics spinning gold. Oh I found out a bunch about it but there's a long article to dig into. Okay so it's it's in production now I think right is is in production now Samuel Jackson heads the cast. There's going to be a bunch of people doing anything. Samuel Jackson Arizona's a whole bunch of people involved in. Yeah so there's GonNa be there's GonNa be cameos from people playing people. Obviously in these acts kiss parliament village. People Eisley Brothers Gladys Knight Bellwethers Curtis Mayfield Angel Plan Punky and France. Ring them up on and now the Danny. We've got on the phone Hollywood right now. So Samuel Jackson is GonNa play George Clinton in a perfect Keenan Thompson is playing berry. Gordy Jason Isaacs is playing Al Boettger which is His Father Jason. derulo is. Ron is on the list. Goes on and on playing Neil. I'm trying trying to find it. There's there's somebody told me Neil Patrick Harris but I could be wrong. I think you're right. Yeah maybe you'RE A. It's it's amazing that that's not at the top of the article. Doc Neil Patrick Harris's playing kiss co-manager bill that makes sense. Yeah I'll figure it out in the break though does gene have five percent on the movie. Ensure you're saying kissing the movie Reno bio-pics are all the rage now. Everybody's looking to do bio page and I don't I when when it first hit me. I'm like who is a lot of people interested in the Bio pic about a record executive. I mean unless you really follow the music and nobody knows is the general public is not like the Queen Movie Right. So I don't know where the audiences for this but somebody said that the story is going to be so compelling that they'll find a way to sell it to interest Hollywood. What is all hopped up about anything? That's music bio-pic that they can do. I was just I'm in la every month. And it's all I hear from the people in I met some producers that are looking to do bio-pics bio-pics on bands right now. So until a couple failing to make money kind of thing went so well now everyone wants to jump on the. The Queen won the Elton. Elton one although I didn't like the one but the outline what did well. And then the Motley Crue Alex. Nobody really knows how that did because it was so stats but by all accounts it did well. Yeah so we know of Hollywood sniffs sniffs the money just like the music industry. They're going to chase it and that's not all right. We'll get a break. We'll come back. We'll do more with Danny Punky. In fact this is Eddie Trunk podcast. Let's get back to more of my conversation with Punky Meadows and franked Amino of Angel on this week's Eddie Trunk podcast new record. Kurt coming in October. Tell us about it. When did it come together? Who now you guys start playing a little bit together gotten played live first thing that happened was you went and played live by the way? Just have to say this for the record If anybody follows my travel schedule and what I'm doing it's insane. The last three or four years have been the most insane schedule of my life on the road now blessed to have all the work trust me not complaining but every time you guys have laid Nothing personal I love you. That's why I welcome you on my show over gene here for your best friend was air off the top of the brother Guys Raskin. Yeah Houston or it's just. The timing has sucked but I will get there and I wanna get there and now it's it maybe it's better. I stay away because it seems to be building an Angel.
"neil" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho
"The Fisher appeared story? I'll tell you a story about that when we get to but we might toward Charlie Been Anti to obviously. Obviously we've done this show many times before great friends of mine but probably two guys that I know most influenced by Neil pert because you guys are obviously very successful missile drummers in your own right but both completely influenced by by Neil. I think it's pretty correct to say that right. Yeah so what First of all your story about nils last name. Well I want to say you summed it up really well by saying one of the worst days in rock and roll history. It really is that causal really is. I think it's you know for us. It's as big of a law says John Lennon or You know maybe John Bonham or for me personally Frank Zappa. I mean this is up there maybe as big if not even bigger. It's just a colossal loss for rock band music fans and drummers you know I think the general population if you know anything about rock and roll most people would say okay. Who is the greatest rock and roll drummer of all time and from my generation? Ozzy like you said you could say Bonham and there's a couple of others but from the generation I grew up in universally it would venial peer. Everybody would say that. I mean he's the greatest drummer of all time. Even people who don't know a lot about music would say that like who's the greatest guitar player. Eddie van Halen. WHO's the greatest frontman frontman Freddie Mercury? WHO's the greatest drummer the appearance? So this is a big deal all across the board just from that level alone and I mean the social media media is twenty four hours. It's what a what a tribute i. What a great tribute? Neil would've probably aided all this attention but but But like you said it goes beyond just drummers and musicians you're seeing like sorta like chuck depots about more or you know people able to actors you know what I'm saying. Actors and actresses and film directors and it goes way beyond just the music industry and boy beyond just rock or progressive rock bands. It's it's like you said. Everybody knows who. He is just from his reputation of being the greatest drummer of all time. When you go onto instagram right even now just go through your fee like everybody posting about Neil everybody? I don't care it literally every single post. It's it's incredible credit whether it's guys like us or whether it's Jack Black or Kevin Smith or other musicians Paul Stanley anybody. Everybody's got picking their favorite picture of Neil will and posting beat. Because of this. I guess we can kind of go go into. When was the first time you ever heard rush and heard Neil Charlie while how it goes back to Being a kid in the Bronx and some of the older kids that I hung out with the teenagers. That's how I found out about you. Know bans on music and again my friend. PD's basement years he had rush. And that's how I discovered rush and I remember putting my head between the speakers and just kind of close my eyes and just listening into it. This was a all the world stage I mean I. I think being a drummer as like as far back as I can remember being so small and playing drums I appreciated drumming buddy rich. All those guys jump on him. But Ah when Neil hit me. That's when I really started to focus on drum playing and how to approach drumming and I learned a lot from from him from his phrasing and his style. Well deal was the drummer that actually actually made drum hooks like he was so musical right on the drums that if you if you break down his performances on on songs it's as if he was he's lyricist but he's he's doing both at the same time the drum part should he would right. He wasn't just doing it on impulse. Those parts written and just the beginning of the spirit of radio him and getty commend. And it's just beautiful I I don't know what else to say about it. But as time goes on in this in this talk welcome sure more and more will come out and unemotional level. It hit me hard yesterday when I heard about it and Because you you just go back to your whole childhood and rushing home from school to play certain songs by rush you know feeling like I was accomplishing something and You know to this day. I sent it yesterday that he he's responsible for the drummer that I I am today. And the way I approach music. Just get us for rush and it made me want to take on a bigger role in a band. So that's why Writing Music for the band has always been I put that in front of the drumming. I'm you'd huge loss and people will. I'm sure Mike will say the same thing. Mike wh when did you I discovered Neil and rush like Charlie said. He came around at the time for me where I want it to be a better drummer. And like I'll admit like I remember hearing the name rush in the late seventies and to be honest I never spent time listening to them. I kind of wrote office. I I would here like closer to the heart on the radio and I kinda thought that they were just like like a supertramp or a stick. Maybe it was just getty's high voice voice just kind of wrote them off as something like that but then I remember distinctively hearing why Z.. When when moving pictures came out and that was suddenly I realized okay? We're talking about like abandoned like the most incredible musicians I've never heard. And at that point I got completely hooked and obsessed and work my way backwards and literally especially you know the late seventy stuff like hemispheres payroll kings permanent waves. I became completely obsessed and like Charlie that it was a point in my life I was in junior high school and I was getting better at drums so I've wanted drummer. That would really challenge me to like to learn his parts and I remember like trying to learn Y Y Z. Lafayette Strange Outta at our home. She take for granted. Like you hear Tom Sawyer. Spirit radio limelight on the radio every day and you kind of take for granted that the the death of the virtuosity. That's going on there. You know like like every drum pattern and Phil was just so meticulously crafted. Neal was never the type of drummer that would just play on the fly. You know those every single fill was thought out and craft it. And that's why that's why. He became the ultimate air drummer drummer. Because everybody learned those bills you could count on neil to play them each and every show you know consistently read some Stewart Copeland said that he said that. Neil Neil L.. Is the most air drummed drummer of all time. I know here's a story that you guys haven't probably have never heard somebody who got into rush from this aspect so growing up in Canada. Grow if you WANNA pay like you said Russia's always on the radio and you know they would come through town although they never never played in Winnipeg in the eighties when I never saw them live until until Neil came back in two thousand and two but So you knew rush but Gaspar Gaspar Bob and Doug McKenzie for how huge they were. They had their own album above and they had a song called. Take off to the great white white north which Getty Lee. Yeah remember that Szigeti sang on it and Neil played the drum solo. And that's when I really started getting into rush was because the drum solo so great I went out and bought. Well I want to hear something about rush so I went and bought signals was the first album I had and the member. I made a little poster that I stuck in my bedroom door because I knew Geddy Lee and Neil appeared from the great white North Song. But I didn't know who the other guy was so I just saw rush Alica rush. Neil Peer Geddy Lee's signals and. I tried to draw the album cover but poor. Alex license got left left out. Because he never played on the Bob Mackenzie Song but like you said when when you start going through that period because I'm a couple of years younger than you guys but once again you'll probably hate this but you know my affinity for my affection for the eighties years of seventies bands hands. Because that's when I got into rush was the first album that everybody was signals. And then grace under pressure so I kinda got into that stage the keyboard kind of electronic drumming wing but neal was even great at that as well talking about the electronic drumming and signals at Charlie. I don't know if you saw them at the end of the signal store. When they were writing gracing the pressure they did a five nightstand? Raiders getting musical and At those shows they premiered three the songs they were writing for grace under pressure and it was neal's first I'm using electronic drums but he didn't have the spinning riser yet. So at those shows at radio city he actually had to play those three songs with his back towards the audience. Really Yeah and I remember going to those shows and I brought in my own tape recorder and I like the shows myself and I just remembered listening three songs I think it was kid. Gloves rector a body electric and I just remember listening to them over and over and over and over in over a month before grace under pressure came out. What did you think of that Mike? I know I just watch beyond the latest stage last night. which is a great documentary that focuses on on alk areas of Russia especially Neil and his life and the tragedies that he suffered but you said that when the Electronic Eric Kane that you Kinda step out at that point in time well I mean I never stepped down? I followed rush. You know you know to this day. I follow everything I do. I've always seen them on every tour. I always loved and respected. Everything Neil did but like any band you have a spot for the the era when you fell in love with my era was you know twenty one twelve through signals. And you know I still love Grayson the pressure and Powell windows and you know I still follow them and love them but you know my the sauce for me is not only the period that I fell in love with it. Also that was there more progressive period. Whether we're doing longer songs which appealed to me because of the music I was doing in my life so that is the era. That really spoke to me but I I've always loved everything they've done and I've always followed them each and every album tour. What did you think Charlie era?.
"neil" Discussed on Kickass News
"World's largest online followings with his fast many of which have nothing to do with science but instead relate to matters that most of us think about like family God and the Real Final Frontier Death Neil often writes back to them answering their queries with thoughtful consideration and his famous cosmic perspective now Neil degrasse Tyson his handpicked one hundred and one of his favourite letters and responses for his newest book letters from an astrophysicist and today I'm happy to welcome Neil back to the podcast to share some of his thoughts on a wide range of topics from nine eleven NASA and educating your children to bigfoot and literal Flat Arthur's yes those L. exist he says he doesn't think of himself as debunking conspiracy theories and junk science but instead he tries to get people to take a scientific approach to their leafs he shares touching personal letters from his cousin wondering about her deceased father's spirit and a mother who's autistic son is torn between what he learned Hebrew school and what he watches on Neil's television series Cosmos Neil discusses the minefield of opinion neutral tweets and bad timing and the we got him in hot water with the musician moby plus he answers your questions about black holes the speed of light the moon landing and more coming up with Neil degrasse Tyson in just a moment.
"neil" Discussed on Sunday Sitdown with Willie Geist
"Hey Guys Willie geist here with another episode of The Sunday. Sit Down podcasts my thanks as always for clicking and listening along got a great one four again this week. I think thank my guest is Neil Patrick Harris. I'm joined as always by Maggie law the producer of this podcast but also double duty this week producing the interview with Neil Patrick Harris Same Nagy. Where do you find the time hard working woman. I'm yes you are yes. You are indeed so Neil Patrick Harris. There's so much ground to cover with that man. I mean he's got the best selling book series where we're talking to. In the magic misfits. It's the third book and a series. That's been a New York Times bestseller for young adults. That incorporates cooperates magic so we went to a bar here in New York City. A rooftop bar called the magic hour the magic hour ding locations where he walked in. He was very impressed with your choice of location location. Maggie card tricks. He is super intimate very intimate. GIC President of the Magic Association has hosted Magic Award shows considers himself south an amateur magician this not just like a PR invention to support the books Alex Real Hobby and always has been guy from New Mexico went to theater camp when he was thirteen where he was discovered and put into a movie with Whoopi Goldberg at Old Great Trivia Question. What's the name the movie Clara's heart Bam profile audience now they can say they know his first Gig Clair's and he was nominated for a Golden Globe award at thirteen years old old that obviously leads to Doogie howser and he's off to the races. What was interesting to me? Though is how do he actually was only four seasons right think of it is this enduring iconic show which it is iconic but it was only four seasons it's over he's twenty years old when it's over right and has a little trouble out there because Kosugi said everyone knows him as Doogie and he was sort of typecast as that child star so he had a hard time kind of breaking out of that which is interesting and he did made for TV movies he did guest spots then he went back to theatre back to help the the shows were saying if we have Doogie Howser in the show. It helped him sell tickets. Yes so let him explain. All the left turns that got him back to where he was including one big. Stop which I didn't realize was such a big stop in Harold and Kumar go to white cat that's correct thousand four movie where he played himself but a very edgy profane version of yourself get and that got him to how I met your mother almost a decade so he's inbetween that WanNa Tony Award for Hedwig and the angry inch he's hosted every award show on the face of the planet I think and got good reviews for the memorial girl yeah. He's gone girl and he's just a good guy. You know people hear his name they smile part of that was built in from Doogie but he's lived up to that through his whole career yeah so here now our Sunday sit down conversation with Neil Patrick Harris Neil. Thanks for doing this man my great pleasure. This is fun. This is great. I'm very excited excited for this book. I told you I gave it to my ten year old son last night cracking on it today the age. That is the age right right in that window twelve nine. Ten is a sweet sweet spot but I think it's good for fifteen sixteen year olds as well. I don't know I tried to write. I try to write towards people that have interesting interesting just survey kind of sense of humor like puzzles and codes and things so as much as I like it being a middle grade book. I made sure to pepper it with some other levels so it didn't just feel I didn't want to feel simplistic at all so this is the third in a series of the misfits. Where do we find our characters and now little focus on Theo this time yeah well. I'll probably answer that structurally so it's it's a series of four books and each book represents suit of the deck of cards so the first book was diamonds and that was the introduction of everyone you met. Carter who is this kid who knew magic from a grafting and three card monty and magic use to steal people's money so he's he was good with cards but always assumed that everyone had an agenda with magic he takes a train train into this town called mineral wells and he meets other sort of like minded people who also like magic and he's suspicious them and he needs a magician named. Mr Mr Vernon who runs his magic shop and they form a group called the magic misfits he finds a place within a larger community and simultaneously hence the diamonds symonds. They're trying to keep a carnival boss from stealing a large diamond. That's on display up at the at the at the hotel up the way as it could snapshot Gotcha Second Book Follows Not Carter but Leyla Leyla is into escape. She always walks around with a straight jacket. This was clubs suit of of of of attack and so we delve more into the magic misfits as a club. We find that there's another club a darker older nefarious. This club called the Emerald Ring who are trying to keep people from using magic for good. They want to be able to magic for bad and this magic in this book is not wands and Wizar- and transportation teleportation transportation. This is more practical magic so oh this is magic that you could see today or back in the turn of century stage magic mental escape so Leyla Learning about clubs you find out she's adopted. She's living with Mr Vernon the magic shop owner and his husband and the other Mr Vernon who's a chef and they a have to figure out that this woman who is a psychic also part of the Emerald Ring and that's sort of the second book the Third Book now the minor third is hearts so now we follow. Theo steinmeyer violent prodigy who also can use violent boat to make things levitating and he's very classy and formal and his family's the musicians and so he's having to follow his heart and figure out what is passion is does he choose magic or does he choose music and so. I think a lot of kids who are around ten eleven twelve are having to sort of choose between all of these after school activities and which one do they want to focus on and and why do you play soccer 'cause you look soccer or you playing soccer because your friends are playing soccer and you're really good friends with them you know and so that's kind of where this book travels travels into. Oh and there's also a scary ventriloquists and his scary ventriloquist's dummy he his name is wendell whispers and the dummies name is uh Darling Daniel and all of a sudden multiple little freaky looking Darlene Darlene Daniel dolls start appearing all over town. Just 'cause I WANNA give nightmares. I say that the sick twist drop that in there well every book has looks like a playing card kind of right so that's the heart there and then like a like a King King or queen in the in the other side as a another part of it so that's the freaky looking darling Daniel doll I should I should have merch now that what I'm thinking about this. We should've made darling doll shocked you. Don't I give still time Guinean House. A fourth book fourth book will release it all at once so how. How did this idea come to you three books ago. Did somebody come to you and say hey. It's time for you to write a book. You already done a memoir type book. Where did this concept even develop for you. It was post autobiography. I had written an autobiography but I liked interesting structure so I did sort of a choose your own adventure version autobiography so that instead of just reading life lessons from all of my years in the business you were instead able to not be sure or if it was a serious story or a joke story or you could read about my family or you could read about. Barney Stinson and I thought that was kind of fun anti structure sure so then when I was done with that I was asked if there was anything else that would be fun to right now that I'm sort of in the book world a little bit and I like magic a lot. It's sort of been my hobbies since I was a kid and I've I've spent a lot of time promoting it whether studying on my own or encouraging encouraging friends to go to magic shows or telling people to see magic shows president produced I'm just a big fan of that style of variety and so this book series came up as an option and I thought oh that's cool. Let's do a book series. I don't want to be open ended about it. Let's do four like the suits deck. This is clever okay. This is good and what if there were four main misfits who felt uncomfortable about the fact that they do this kind of nerdy thing of magic but when they join forces they can actually accomplish things and sort of save the town. I wonder if it was kind of like goonies. You you know whether it's Madison Codes to solve and skeleton keys that you have to figure out how which door opens this is my brain and so oh I just I started going at it and and sold the book in the series of four with the with the hope that they sold well. I did well the second had really well. topped the New York Times bestseller list and that was a sequel which is cool and then a third book makes a series so it's actually happening. It's funny when you do you something especially when you do something new but when you do anything have no idea how it's going to be received if people don't expect it from you from. Neil Patrick Harris it must be so gratifying do have made the New York Times bestseller list to get the kind of response you get to these books when you kind of took a chance and said I'm going to write this series unlike anything you've ever done before. I've made a career out of doing random diverse things but hopefully with the level of quality the sort of a a gleam in my eye did I. It's GonNa go okay so whether it's I don't know how I met your mother or whether it's hosting the tonys or whether it's HEDWIG or gone girl. At least I wanna I wanNA keep having things where you kind of go. Oh let's could be interesting and so with books I think if you can immu if one person reads this book and and delve into it and starts realizing wait a second this is this code like. Are you speaking to me in a different way. I don't know I'm really speaking to that kid. I was as a reader an avid reader. When I grew up when I was a little kid it was my first job ever at ten years old and a book shop in a small town in New Mexico and I just loved the book I always have. I think I think it transports you to a place of your choosing right in your mind and I incur incur our kids are just now reading there in the third grade and they're just they learned to read in the second grade but it was just write books that were these small little books and now they can actually go and read and now that autonomy I just love it. They get to be independent and go to a bookstore or library or just shelf in our our house and pick what they want to read and when it's a book that's of substance that has a lot of pages you know that's a commitment and then they get to you imagine what this town looks like them and they get to learn magic tricks. I duNNo. It just seems it seems so it seems so exciting and and I'm I'm proud it's out there. They're new ability to read raises the question have they read this book and what were the reviews of so they've read the I had. The first book read a tooth okay by my husband. David when I was in Vancouver filming a series of unfortunate events so as sort of their way to stay in touch with me kind of if the second book they're still reading and it's a real point of contention because they've read a lot of books in between and the second book has been out for a while the second story has been on their coffee table for months as what it down and went to some other stuff yeah yeah read other chapter books and I would kept saying hang you know just so that you know I wrote this book here. I wrote it and you've already read the first one so. I don't know what that says. They're reading it now and they tell you about it. They like it. You know we're actually legitimately reading it last night and I was carrying a harper upstairs and she said you know when we're reading the book. I feel warm in my heart because I can. I can see that you wrote it and it makes me smile. I know I know I didn't even pair here to say that you're going to get the paperback incredible I love. I love watching kids. Grow up you know I I have such respect for kids and I've gotten to do some things in my career of late I hosted a game show for NBC that was following was called genius junior and it was focusing missing a spotlight on kids who are real real smart and and in an achievable way and I I was on series of fortunate events which was based on lemony lemony snickered books and it and it respects kids and I think I respect my kids and I feel like with magic misfits. I want to write something. I want to honor them in in a way to appreciate that they're smart. Kids are savvy. They might read Dr seuss books but they're very aware of tensions that are aw going on in your neighborhood. They're very aware of of subtlety and they're in a world where sometimes they're talked down to as if as if if what they do is is is not worthy or that they're not aware and I'm really aware of kids..
"neil" Discussed on StarTalk Radio
"I mean, it was he was he orbited in lunar orbit in the command module while Neil and Neil Armstrong buzz older on the on the on the moon, I heard him speak at the memorial. I don't want to misquote him, but at at kneels at Neil Armstrong's memorial when he died and they had a memorial service for him at the Johnson Space Center. And he talked a little bit about that about, you know, him being maybe a shine cerebral or whatever, but he was like, who would you? Why wouldn't you want that? Why would you this? This man who was so qualified? Who did such a great job? Why would you want him to be anything different than who he was? And I think that's, I think that that's he was the right man to land on the moon, and I think that was what they were most concerned with because no kidding they weren't so sure they were coming back from that mission. They weren't sure if social, they were going to be successful. Apollo twelve and thirteen eleven, twelve and thirteen all had the same mission. They all trained for the same mission because they weren't so sure eleven was going to be successful. And it was an in twelve had come up with something quick which was different than what they did on eleven, but they all trained for that same mission because they weren't so sure eleven was going to be was going to be successors saying, eleven failed. Then. Next up you here next hour. You're going to try. And that can be a few different ways wanting to necessarily that they would get that they wouldn't come back alive, but they might not get down to the surface and come back. They would have to abort an income back to earth. So the it was really important for them to to try to get the right guy to be the first guy and they and that's what they went with, who's the best guy to pull off the landing, especially of this. Veins. And by the way there's a, there's a misconception. I think about the first comments from Houston after he says Houston, tranquility base here, eagle has landed. Yeah, okay. Which means of course, the first word of the first comments from the moon is Houston. There you go. Applied for plug for Texas home planet Houston. Yeah, so Houston tranquility base here. Actually, there was some other contact light and other contact, right? But Houston then says something like graduation, you have a bunch of guys down here who were who turn blue Duke. Okay. Yeah. You think they're saying that because they just landed on the moon. That's not why they're saying they were holding their breath this not? Yes, they're holding their breath, but it's not because they just landed on the moon. Not why. Okay. Why would okay. So why were they about to turn wait? They were Smurfs. Sorry, because Neal was not happy with the original landing spot, and he only has a certain amount of fuel to prevent himself from crashing down onto the moon. This is keeping them buoyant. Nope, too many boulders. They're too many boulders there, and you see that you see the full, come down, wait a minute, and it keeps going. I think over and my boy is Smith. Okay. Yep. He's looking for parking and midtown. Can't. He can't. Try over there, but if you don't make it, you gotta go home. So then he finally finds a spot Lance. There's like one or two percent fuel. That's what they, because if he got if he went to zero. 'cause if. If he lands with fuel in a place that he could crash because it's not level that's bad. KP keeps looking. You can't get home if he keeps looking and runs out of fuel Bill crash because he runs out a fuel. He may have aboard, oh, they couldn't say I, you just you just point. I forgot about that. Okay, so it's not a good deal. He with just a and they capture this in the film in the tension. So that's why everyone at mission control was freaking out because that's that's the mission might not complete, not because, oh, happy land. Yes, wrought happy. Landed on the moon. Having landlord live. Yep. Yeah, he was done. I wanna headed low low fuel light came on thirty second fuel or whatever it was he? Yeah. And in the cadence of which depicted in the in the movie, but the cadence of what would know the calls he was getting from buzz, you know? So many forward so many down..
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"The and my wife went down to go see black pan all right and i enjoyed the movie neil loved the movie i enjoyed it but you know i had a little sippy ship before i went in there and then iit to hits we and it's just the way that they make nowadays as just you know try not to drink i don't want the calories right so i had a couple of it's a we i was just i was like trip so i'm sitting in that fucking movie right and you know deal to fucking superhero movie right in everybody's just like there's always this big drama with your family and all that shit at one point i fell asleep nothing to because of the movie was because i was fucking flying i fell asleep for i don't know how long and now all of a sudden something big metal gut thrown or crashed in an hit the ground it was it was like scraping and shit in my brain i was flying a helicopter in mice skids hit the fucking runway when i was trying to taxi i thought i was going to flip the fuck it thing and do i tell you i fucking jumped flocking like woke myself up it needs looking at me like jesus christ it wasn't that scary but anyways knee is going to go back and she's going to go see the one where put the glasses on in its this whole other level and i can analyse shit you know what i mean i don't i don't want somebody's fucking hand in my face in those women with the fucking spears there i don't i ito it's enough for me.
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"Neil young journeys last gunmen novum nullity his comments the new tim firing the music devil la and when we there's a warm is low in the passion all right czar that to me you yeah right for this blast them from the path i was listed into it in the shower to me to me is pretty follow us she i mean damn flawless like i don't there's nothing wrong with her her voice is pretty flawless too i love her tone she's very is very clear and she's in really one of the more consistent vocal us of our time and she doesn't do too much wildly over underrated wild wild under iterative widely underrated is it wild widely or wildly both actually i think are appropriate good well wa with not make this about nine wow abc mobs go away praise the lord makers welcome welcome welcome me welcome you welcome back to episode thirty seven of gained ground which eight and kia were we discuss all things adulting the triumphs the trials the test the turns the twist the taboos all things associated with being in adults in the year of our lowered two thousand seventeen also the tanit allies in how the also the ten till the tantalizing but lacking one of the the tantalizing um thing that come along with being an adult yes it is bill than it is hardships but being an adult also means that you can eat cookies for dinner if you so phil like it 'cause you're grown woman you can do whatever you want ever.